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Broken turbine debris washes ashore on Nantucket

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Updated, July 16 Vineyard Wind is reporting that one of its turbine blades was damaged on Saturday evening, leaving fiberglass scattered around its lease area...

Smoking oil burner prompts closure of Tisbury businesses

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Nobody was hurt after an oil burner malfunction prompted a heavy emergency response to a three-story, Vineyard Haven Main Street building on Monday. According to...

Trustees take Edgartown zoning board to court

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The Trustees of Reservations are taking a town board to court for a recent decision that requires the beach managers to get a permit...

Harbor designation expands Oak Bluffs Police capabilities

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The Oak Bluffs Police Department will now be able to make arrests within town waters. The town’s select board granted the department the harbor patrol...

Former fire chief hit with more charges

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John Rose, former Fire Chief of Oak Bluffs, is being charged with two new counts of attempting to commit a crime. Rose was charged with...

Island Queen breaks down

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The Island Queen, a private passenger ferry service that runs a seasonal route between Falmouth and Oak Bluffs, has canceled its remaining afternoon and...

Ravizza held in Plymouth jail on stabbing charges

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State hospital staff have found that Jared Ravizza, who is facing charges of murder connected to a Connecticut homicide, is mentally competent, according to...

Judith Belushi Pisano dies at 73

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Updated 10:52 pm Judith Belushi Pisano, the wife of comedian and musician John Belushi, passed away on Friday night at 73 years of age, after...

Local congressional rep favors speed-zone exemption

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U.S. Representative Bill Keating, representative for the Islands, favors an exemption for some local waters from speed restrictions proposed by the National Oceanic and...

New England Wind projects slated for construction

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Updated Construction of wind projects off the coast of the Vineyard is starting to ramp up. The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) approved construction and...

Charges ramp up to murder for Ravizza

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Updated July 2 Connecticut police have issued a warrant for the arrest of Jared Ravizza on a charge of murder.  While police have connected Ravizza to...

Osprey nest blamed for Oak Bluffs power outage 

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Updated 10:53 pm More than 2,000 Eversource customers in Oak Bluffs were struck by a power outage on Wednesday night.  Eversource officials say an osprey nest...

Oak Bluffs fixes funding defect two years later

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Oak Bluffs fixed a timing defect for funding on major town projects’ during a special town meeting this week, two years after voters had...

Stabbing suspect pleads not guilty in Quincy

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Jared Ravizza, the man with Island ties accused of stabbing multiple people in Braintree and Plymouth on Memorial Day weekend, pleaded not guilty at...

PETA lobster ad prompting Steamship policy change

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Posters hung by an animal rights advocacy group has the Steamship Authority (SSA) reconsidering its advertising policy.  The board is considering only allowing advertisements from...

Vineyard women assemble for reproductive rights

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On the anniversary of the Dobbs decision, a collection of Islanders — in unison with organizations and women across the country — made a...

Non-union SSA workers getting a pay bump

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As negotiations continue between the Steamship Authority (SSA) and multiple labor unions, the ferry line’s board approved a pay bump for non-union workers.  On June...

SSA captains: Tough hours hampering recruitment

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The signs of strife between the Steamship Authority (SSA) administration and workers have been incrementally rising in Woods Hole and on Martha’s Vineyard in...

Stabbing suspect’s hearing moved to July 

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The question of whether the man with Vineyard ties accused of stabbing multiple people in Braintree is mentally fit enough to stand trial will...

State greenlights overwater cannabis transportation

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Off-Island marijuana will be sailing to the Vineyard in the near future.  The Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission unanimously approved an administrative order allowing the transportation...